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Benjamin FRANKLIN, Statesman & Deborah REED
Husband: Benjamin FRANKLIN, Statesman
Born: 17 JAN 1706 in Boston, Massachusetts
Married: 01 SEP 1730 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Died: 17 APR 1790 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Father: Josiah FRANKLIN
Mother: Abiah FOLGER
Wife: Deborah REED
Born: 1708 in Marlboro, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Died: 19 DEC 1774 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Father: Josiah REED, Junior
Mother: Elizabeth AMSDEN
01 (M): William FRANKLIN, Governor of NJ
Born: 1728 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Died: 16 NOV 1813 in England
Spouses: Elizabeth DOWNES
02 (F): Francis Folger FRANKLIN
Born: 20 JUN 1732 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Died: 1736 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
03 (F): Sarah FRANKLIN
Born: 11 SEP 1743 in Boston, Massachusetts
Died: 05 OCT 1808 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Spouses: Richard BACHE
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Revised: January 26, 2021

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